I can view the HTML5 version in Safari via your link
But this link is NOT the auto detection page and the directory is named oddly.
On HTML5 you have two 3D standards WebGL and Css3 via Webkit. Not all browsers support the same and in no way is HTML5 a settled standard/argument. Companies have their own agendas as is the norm.
As it stands Easypano supports Safari HTML5/Css3 only.
From an Easypano product point of view Android works with Flash when produced from TW 6.5 NOT TW7. None of the HTML5 browsers on Android will play Easypano HTML5 because it requires Safari and this is NOT available on the Android platform.
<Smooth Rant>Ah, wasn't nice when every browser supported Flash? But no, Apple had to do it's own thing and we keep getting told HTML5 is the answer. Well maybe one day!, So far it has been nothing but misery for Pano makers. Betacord anybody? DVD+R vs DVD-R all to familiar</Smooth Rant>